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#1 Posted : Tuesday, May 21, 2013 7:39:11 PM(UTC)
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We have sold our house so I am packing all my things away as we will be living in a travel trailer for 6-8 months while we build a new home. I am looking for ideas/suggestions on how to be able to keep some of my things with me to still be able get some projects done.

I need some storage ideas as well as suggestions on the best way to keep my projects together and to store them once I have finished them.
There isn't a lot of room in the trailer so I need to be compact.


Any ideas/suggestions greatly appreciated,


Kay.miracle@yahoo.com
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2013 8:22:31 AM(UTC)
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Not really an idea about how to store things but remember not to store your photo's in a storage unit that gets hot or cold. Can ruin your pictures. Also don't forget not to store embossing powders or they will be solid with the heat. Ink pads will dry up and some rubber stamps will come off the wood block as well. If possible store these things at someone's house for that time.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2013 10:05:34 AM(UTC)
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Thank you for the reminders. I never really thought about the embossing powders

I am hoping to find a place in the trailer to keep me stamp pads as I am really hoping to be able to do some projects during this time.
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#4 Posted : Thursday, May 23, 2013 11:16:18 AM(UTC)
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Would you have a spot for one of the Iris carts with 5 or 6 drawers? You could probably whittle down your must haves to fit in the drawers and leave one empty for finished stuff. Or maybe a large plastic tote that you can put smaller bins in and then cover it up with a blanket for a foot rest??? Don't know how that last one would actually work, though! :o)
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Originally Posted by: kay.miraclecf108dd6 Go to Quoted Post
We have sold our house so I am packing all my things away as we will be living in a travel trailer for 6-8 months while we build a new home. I am looking for ideas/suggestions on how to be able to keep some of my things with me to still be able get some projects done.

I need some storage ideas as well as suggestions on the best way to keep my projects together and to store them once I have finished them.
There isn't a lot of room in the trailer so I need to be compact.


Any ideas/suggestions greatly appreciated,


Kay.miracle@yahoo.com




Kay,

We just moved out of a 36 foot fifthwheel. We lived in it for 7 years and 2 others before that for a total of 11 years. I strarted scrapping the first winter we lived in our first trailer I found with the trailer we just moved out of We had a day bed in the livingroom for our daughter and we put Platsic totes from walmart under the bed with all of our scrap supplies. One of the slides is a desk. that helped with using the printer and my cricut. We liked living in the trailers it gave us the chance to move from The Portland area to the Medford area without a big search for a place to live.

Good luck and happy rving...
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